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10 Billion Served--with Apps

Apple claims 160 million iPhone, iPod, and iPad users world-wide and given the popularity of Apple apps- it's no surprise at Apple's announcement of 10 billion apps downloaded. The 10 billion apps comes on the heels of Steve Jobs' announcement of his departure for medical leave, once again...

Introducing The LexisNexis® Legal News App

LexisNexis ® has worked with Newstex for several years to aggregate some of the best legal news, video, blog and twitter sources for the LexisNexis service. Now LexisNexis and Newstex have partnered to bring you the LexisNexis® Legal News app which will continuously update content feeds for users...

Introducing The LexisNexis® Legal News App

LexisNexis ® has worked with Newstex for several years to aggregate some of the best legal news, video, blog and twitter sources for the LexisNexis service. Now LexisNexis and Newstex have partnered to bring you the LexisNexis® Legal News app which will continuously update content feeds for users...

Access The LexisNexis Communities Facebook Page Instantly From Your Smartphone Using Our QR Code

The LexisNexis Communities Facebook page Quick Response Code (QR Code) makes it simple to access the Communities Facebook page instantly by scanning from your iPhone or Smartphone! Using any one of the free QR Code reader apps for smartphones, such as ScanLife or RedLaser , just scan the code below and...

Kodak Patent Complaint Against Apple, RIM Revived

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - (AP) A federal agency said Friday that it will review Eastman Kodak Co.'s high-stakes patent-infringement claim against technology giants Apple Inc. and Research in Motion Ltd. The U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., agreed to examine a judge's finding in...

Nokia Sues Apple Again Over Patents

HELSINKI - (AP) Nokia is suing Apple in the United States for allegedly infringing patents in its mobile phones, portable music players, tablets and computers, the Finnish company said Tuesday. The complaint, filed with United States International Trade Commission, ITC, is the latest in a string of lawsuits...

LexisNexis Launches Series of Mobile Matter Management Offerings for Law Firms

Time Matters and Firm Manager Mobile Applications Enable Lawyers to Manage Their Practices Wherever They Go and Convert Downtime into Billable Hours April 5, 2011 - New York, NY - LexisNexis, ( www.lexisnexis.com ) a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions, today announced new...

Senator Sends Letter to Apple Complaining about iPhone/iPad Location Logging

Researchers reported that Apple iOS4 operating system secretly logs unencrypted location data for iPhones, iPads, and those computers on which the devices synch to iTunes. Apparently the data resides on these devices only, so the largest problem will occur if the devices are lost, stolen, or hacked...

LexisNexis Introduces New Lead Alert Application For iPhone

By Len Gilbert in Legal marketing Very few lawyers, especially solo practitioners and those at smaller firms, spend their entire workday in their office, tethered to their desktop computer. You probably have multiple out-of-office appointments, court appearances and other activities each day that...

EPA Challenges Software Developers to Create App That Puts Environmental and Public Health Information at Citizens’ Fingertips

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing its "Apps for the Environment" challenge to encourage the development of innovative environmental applications for people and communities. The challenge invites the information technology community to create applications...

Is Internet Privacy Possible?

A new lawsuit against Google for Internet location tracking highlights my recent eCommerce Times column that Internet privacy may not be possible . The new class action lawsuit brought by Jon Pessano and others asserts that Google uses its location marketing database to generate billions of dollars...

Nokia, Apple Settle Drawn-Out Patent Dispute

HELSINKI, Finland - (AP) Nokia Corp. on Tuesday notched a valuable win against rival Apple Inc., with the U.S. company agreeing to pay the Finnish handset maker a one-time sum to settle long-standing patent disputes as well as royalties for current licenses. Espoo-based Nokia said that the deal. . ....

Apple Asserts New Intellectual Property Claims Against Samsung

In a 63-page amended complaint filed on June 16, 2011, in federal court in San Jose, Apple Inc. is continuing to strongly press its contentions that Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy smartphones and tablet computers infringe upon Apple's patents and trademarks for the iPhone and the iPad...

Personal Audio Seeks Another Bite Out of Apple Inc. Verdict in First Lawsuit Leads to Second Complaint Accusing iPod, iPhone and iPad of Patent Infringement

On July 20th, Personal Audio filed a lawsuit accusing Apple's iPod, iPhone and iPad of patent infringement. The July 20th lawsuit follows on the heels of a July 8th jury verdict in Personal Audio's first patent infringement action against Apple. The July 20th complaint summarizes and differentiates...

Always Connected | A day in the digital life

WHAT'S IN YOUR DIGITAL LIFE? Me. Well, I recently moved and do not have an extra outlet at my bedside so I've been recharging my iPhone at night beside my desk-in another room. The difference is noticeable. Before I used to wake up in the middle of the night and look at the email. Then...

PACER addict alert: there's an app for that

"Newton Oldfather, a recent graduate of UCLA Law School, decided to do something about this and thus, with the assistance of his father and another friend, he created the app FedCtRecords . The app usually sells for $19.99 but for a limited time during the holiday season, it is FREE so...

Caller ID Feature Places iPhone in Patent Jeopardy

The iPhone's caller identification feature has placed Apple in the cross-hairs of a Seattle-based patent assignee. Last month, Cequint Inc. filed federal infringement claims against the software giant in Delaware federal court. At issue are patents 7,200,212 , titled "Decoding and processing...

Invasion of Privacy - The Path App Controversy

By Peter S. Vogel Path confessed that it took users' address book data without permission when the app loaded and admits it "made a mistake." Path's app runs on the iPhone and Android and according to Path's Story : Path dreamed up and realized the Smart Journal-a journal that's...

Lexis Advance Mobile Apps Give You Content And Results When You Need Them

With our apps for the Apple ® iPhone ® and Apple ® iPad ® , you can access the content and results you need wherever you need them. Lexis Advance TM Now you can access Lexis Advance TM , a new legal research service that will transform the way you conduct research, right from...

New Lexis Legal News Brief Mobile App Gives Updates From Premium Publications

I'd like to make you aware of the New Lexis ® Legal News Brief mobile app. This Apple ® iPhone ® and Apple iPad ® mobile app, with no charge to download, gives you updates to legal news from the nation's premium publications. You won't have to wait to check on topics...

Jury Awards Apple $1.05 Billion In California Patent Dispute

SAN FRANCISCO - ( Mealeys ) After three days of deliberations, a California federal jury on Friday awarded Apple Inc. $1,049,343,540 in its high-stakes lawsuit with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., deeming the software giant's patents both valid and infringed ( Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics...

California Federal Jury Awards Apple $1.05 Billion In Patent Dispute With Samsung

SAN FRANCISCO - (Mealey's) After three days of deliberations, a California federal jury on Aug. 24 awarded Apple Inc. $1,049,343,540 in its high-stakes lawsuit with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., deeming the software giant's patents both valid and infringed ( Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics...

Apple® Products: Sturdy Security, PC Differences Require Special Attention in Discovery

It seems like they have been around much longer, but the first iPod ® was released by Apple Inc. in November of 2001. Suddenly many consumers were using a product made by the maker of Mac ® computers, loved by the likes of artists, designers and educators-but not the average cubicle jockey or...

Smartphone Theft Legislation Passes California Senate

SB 962 Requires All New Smartphones Sold in California to Come Pre-Equipped With Theft-Deterring Technology The California Senate has passed legislation that requires all smartphones sold in California to come pre-equipped with theft-deterring technological solutions to render the device useless if...

Biting at the Apple East Coast Style

On February 29, 2016, Magistrate Judge James Orenstein of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York denied the federal government’s application for an order requiring Apple, Inc. to bypass the passcode security of a criminal defendant’s iPhone 5s. The case is separate...